Archive for February, 2011

Filling out the Genealogy with some History

February 28, 2011

The early genealogy of my ancestors is based on that of Bartrum, the middle and modern era’s are based on research by Stuart Davies, Leonid Morgan and Sir Arthur Turner-Thomas V.C. I put together the whole thirty generations. Although I have a a few Norman ancestors such as Aubrey, Havard and de Turbeville I am very critical of their illegal invasion of Glamorgan and Brycheiniog, causing immense damage. de Braoise or Bruce was a particularly savage man as is well known. I do not feel one bit Norman. On 26th July 2010 I sent what appears to me to be the only half authentic account of the Battle of Brecon in 1093, where four of my ancestors fought each other: Rhys ap Tewdwr (in his late eighties in 1093), Bleddyn ap Maenarch (almost seventy years old in 1093), Bernard de Neufmarche (ancestor by marriage) and one of his knights, Walter Havard. The account is a second hand one taken from Nichol’s “Counties and County Families of Wales” – it is on

It looks as if Nichol in turn got an account from Theophilus Jones, who has a romantic style of history, not unpleasant, fair to his countrymen, but not realistic. The British under Bleddyn ap Maenarch and Rhys ap Tewdwr fortified the Gaer (Roman Fort) outside modern Brecon. This was the castle of my ancestor Bleddyn ap Maenarch, Prince of Brycheiniog, a mysterious part of Wales. I do not use the word “Welsh”, they were as British as Caradog or Caratacus or Buddug or Boudica a thousand years before. The Normans under Neufmarche could not take it directly, tried to outflank it, and were ambushed by the British through Cwm Gwern Gad in their traditional all out onslaught similar to a Highland charge. The Norman’s superior equipment and discipline (according to Jones) won the day and both the British Princes were killed, i.e. both my ancestors. Nichol seems to think that this was the end of British rule in Brycheiniog, where the Welsh Dragon now flies over the castle and cathedral, so this account, although based on Jones, is heavily biased towards Normans who were in the last analysis, war criminals and hated by the British to this day, especially de Braoise the mass murderer. No point in mincing words. There ensued four hundred years of warfare between British and Normans until Henry Tudor finally won the day at Bosworth in 1485, where a dozen of my ancestors were present on the Tudor side. What good did the Normans do in Britain? They introduced laws, my ancestor King Hywel Dda made better ones, more humane; they built castles, so did the British; they built cathedrals; the British did so two thousand years ago, smaller and genuine ones, according to Gildas in the year 37 A.D., close to the original events. The DNA analysis shows that there is virtually no Norman DNA left, virtually no Saxon DNA left, only some Danish DNA from Vikings.

Some Historic Sites of Mawr

February 28, 2011

Mr Richard Turner, CADW

My correct title is Professor, I prefer to be addressed by my correct title, being one of the Queen’s Civil List Pensioners and recorded on the List as Professor. The Prime Minister’s Office addresses me politely by my correct title, and so must you as a civil servant. Similarly, if you were in the Army and I were a Colonel, you would not address me as Corporal. As a civil servant you are obliged to take notice of Parliamentary decisions, in my case the Civil List Act of 2005. Why do you assume that I wish to correspond with you in English, a language in which I never spoke in this true community of Wales? I can address you in Norman French if you like. I have already informed you that this is a Welsh speaking area urgently in need of protection. The name CADW means “keeping”, so the protection of the language and culture of Wales is your first priority – and you are too busy to do so. So what do you do? You state that you are too busy to look into a list I gave you of monuments that others and I saved from destruction by development. I did not ask you to look into anything, I am capable of reading a map. Have you heard of Oliver Cromwell? “Thou hast sat here o’er long for all the good thou hast done”. The Assembly has been informed that the People is still in control of Mawr. I do not think you should assume that any of us wish to correspond in English, or Norman French. All staff of the Assembly should be obliged to learn the language of the country which offers them sustenance by taxation. When the Welsh language is mentioned you automatically reach for your translator, another bureaucrat. Why not learn it yourself? None of the chapels here use English as a language. You would know that if you knew anything about Wales, or Britain.

Professor Myron Wyn Evans of Glyn Eithrym, Gentleman
H. M. Civil List,

cc Welsh Assembly

Testing Other Solutions of the Schroedinger Equation to Refute Copenhagen

February 28, 2011

To build on these amazing results I think that other exact solutions of the Schroedinger equation should be tested in the same way. I have the second edition of Atkins, “Molecular Quantum Mechanics” in which he gives solutions for free translation, particle in a box, square well, harmonic oscillator, particle on a ring and sphere, and the H atom. In Eq. (5.5.2) of the second edition he gives the basic result that if [H, A] = 0, then (d / dt) <A> = 0, the constant of motion result of quantum mechanics. In this equation:

H = p squared / (2m) + V

where V is the potential energy. However no one seems to have ever tried to work out [x squared, p squared] and it has just been found to be zero for all the wavefunctions of the particle in a box and harmonic oscillator. On page 93 he gives the results:

[p, x squared] psi = – 2 i h bar x psi

[p squared, x] psi = – 2 i h bar p psi

We know also from note 175(6) that:

[x squared, p squared] psi = 2 h bar squared psi + 4 i h bar x p psi

On page 93 he gives the standard Heisenberg uncertainty principle. When [A,B] = 0, then it is possible to prepare a system in a state where delta A = delta B = 0, and both A and B can be specified precisely. So we have found that both x squared and p squared can be specified precisely for all wavefunctions of the particle in a box and harmonic oscillator – well known exact solutions of the Schroedinger quation. However for the same wavefunctions x and p cannot be specified precisely. The standard Copenhagen interpretation becomes absurd. It claims that if x is specified precisely, then p is unknowable. However, if x squared is specified precisely, then p squared is fully knowable (i.e. specified precisely). Since p squared is obtained from an unknowable p, how can it be fully knowable if p is completely unknowable? In the causal interpretation (of which ECE is a part), then these results are logical outcomes of the Schroedinger operator p – no more and no less.

paper 175, particle in a box

February 28, 2011

Amazing. It looks so far as if p squared commutes with x and x squared for the particle in a box and with x squared for the harmonic oscillator solutions of Schroedinger tried so far, but p does not. The hamiltonian operator of the Schroedinger equation is as you know p squared / (2m). Usually, when the hamiltonian operator commutes with an operator, that operator is said to be a constant of motion. It would be most important to continue this work with the other exact solutions of the Schroedinger equation, there is a pattern emerging which has never been seen before as far as I know. Peter Atkins (who is being bcc’ed these messages) does not seem to have these results ins his book.

Feedback for February

February 28, 2011

This is the preliminary feedback for February and There was the usual intense interest, very close to a new record high for eight years. Final returns will be in tomorrow.


FOR POSTING: Detailed Genealogy from Prince Tewdwr Mawr (bc 977)

February 27, 2011

This was built up over nearly a decade of research by several scholars, with particular acknowledgments to Stuart Davies, Leonid Morgan, Bartrum and Sir Arthur Turner-Thomas, V.C. There are thirty generations in all. There are many instances of marriage into the line of Prince Tewdwr Mawr, himself descended from King Hywel Dda. The distinguished genealogist and historian Leonid Morgan researched the two lines of descent that I have from Morgan ap Richard Awbrey (bc 1510 – > 1599), Gentleman, of Ynys Cedwyn Hall, Ystrad Gynlais. All the source documents not given by Leonid Morgan have been found and researched with one exception, Elizabeth Portrey of Ynys Cedwyn Hall. However, the other evidence for her is solid. She married her cousin Morgan ap Thomas Awbrey y Garth on January 19th., 1763. Rev. Alun Brookfield found the Callwen Parish record for Thomas ap Morgan ap John Awbrey (< 1630 – 26 / 6 / 1689).


FOR POSTING : My Relation to Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector

February 27, 2011

Oliver Cromwell (1599 – 1658) was descended in two ways from Tewdwr Mawr (977 – 993), ancestor of Queen Elizabeth, the Countess of Wessex, and myself. His grandfather Sir Richard Williams of Llanishen, Lord of Neath (1499 – 1544) changed his name to Cromwell because he was the son of Morgan Williams of Llanishen who married Katherine Cromwell, sister of Thomas Cromwell Earl of Essex, son of Walter Cromwell of Putney and Minister of Henry VIII as is well known. Morgan Williams was the son of William or Gwilym ab Ieuan of Llanishen (b. 1443) who married an unnamed daughter of Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke, Duke of Bedford (bc.1431), Uncle of Henry VII Tudor, ancestor of Queen Elizabeth II. The Tudors were also descended from Tewdwr Mawr as shown and well known. I believe that my friend and colleague Dr Gari Owen is also descended form the Tudors. Acknowledgments to Sir Arthur Turner-Thomas, V.C., and the definitive genealogist Bartrum. This information and much more is on the definitive Turner-Thomas site “Celtic Royal Genealogy”. Oliver Cromwell is best described by Christopher Hill, “God’s Englishman: Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution”, the definitive and highly regarded biography. Cromwell was a very effective general, less effective as a politician, making himself Lord Protector. Not quite a dictator. So Charles 1st. Stewart was his own cousin. The Civil War resulted in the establishment of Parliamentary Democracy in the long term, and may be said to have established the United States of America from its Leveller philosophy – “The Agreement of the People” of 1647. Washington and Jefferson, first and third Presidents, can both be traced to much the same genealogical origin as Cromwell, but the vital difference is that the philosophy of the Declaration of Independence of 1776 was a Leveller philosophy rejected by Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell and Commissary General Thomas Ireton at the 1647 Putney Debates with the Levellers, Anabaptists and others (Christopher Hill). The original Leveller philosophy is my own philosophy, having been brought up as a Welsh speaking Baptist like David Lloyd-George.


First Result for Particle in a Box Problem (UFT 175 in Prep.)

February 27, 2011

Many thanks to co author Dr Horst Eckardt for this first result of UFT 175.. This result shows that the expectation value of the right hand side of Eq. (1) of note 175(6) depends on L and on the quantum number n of the particle in a box solution of the Schroedinger equation. I will think about this result, but it shows that x squared or p squared are “unknowable” to different extents for the same set of wavefunctions and eigenfunctions. It is not clear how this can be so philosophically or scientifically and is another argument against the Copenhagen interpretation of the Schroedinger equation, one which Schroedinger himself never accepted.

My Relation to Oliver Cromwell

February 26, 2011

Oliver Cromwell, born 1599, was descended from Morgan Williams, the son of Richard Williams Lord of Neath, whose grandfather was Jasper Tudor Earl of Pembroke, the Uncle of Henry VII Tudor, my ancestral cousin. He took the name Cromwell because Morgan Williams married Katherine Cromwell, whose father was Walter Cromwell of Putney. Oliver Crowell is too famous, or infamous, according to whose side you are on, to need any description from me, as is Henry VII Tudor. I admire some parts of Cromwell’s character, especially “You have sat here too long for all the good you have done.” With acknowledgment to the Turner-Thomas site. The book by Christopher Hill, Master of Balliol College Oxford, “God’s Englishman: Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution,” is a brilliant one which I have read many times. I am a Leveller by intellectual background, they opposed Cromwell and Ireton in the Putney Debates of 1647 and wrote “The Agreement of the People”, later the U.S. Constitution.

175(6) : Expectation Value for the Particle in a Box

February 26, 2011

These are the relevant integrals. I think that the uncertainty principle can be refuted using the knowledge gained from UFT 158 ff, in which p squared appears for Compton scattering and so on.